The history of RAM Trucks spans nearly a century, from the legacy of the Dodge Brothers and Graham Brothers to the legendary Dodge Power Wagon and HEMI-powered RAM pickups.

Ram Trucks Vintage Photo Friday | Part IV (1961-1976)

The five-part Ram Trucks Vintage Photo Friday series rolls on this week with an assortment of images that span two decades—the 1960s and ’70s. Though the trucks in this particularly set are starting to look more and more like their … Read More >>

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Ram Trucks Vintage Photo Friday, Part II (1936-1941)

Welcome back to Ram Trucks Vintage Photo Friday, a five-part photo series we created to showcase the cache of wonderful heritage photos that recently came into our hands. In Part I of the series, we featured images of vehicles beginning … Read More >>

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Ram Trucks Vintage Photo Friday, Part I (1918-1935)

Recently RamZone writers stumbled upon a cache of historical photos, each one revealing a little more of the rich heritage and tradition that informs today’s Ram trucks. Beginning with an ambulance from 1918-19 (see above) and proceeding up through the … Read More >>

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Ram Trucks for Commercial Use | Then and Now

Truck ad from 1941 It’s no secret that a good number of new Ram trucks are sold to a group requiring levels of performance somewhat elevated from those of private Ram truck owners—businesses. It’s no secret either that Ram Trucks … Read More >>

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Ram Heritage | 1929 Dodge Brothers Merchants Express Half-Ton Pickup

My how things change! In 1929, a loaf of bread cost a whopping 9 cents. The average price for a gallon of gasoline, 24 cents, was less than half the price of a gallon of milk (58 cents). 1929 also … Read More >>

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